Looking down on Jenna's Journey

Hubby, aka Monkey Boy, went up the mast crane at our club to do some work to make sure she's sea worthy. She's a 30' Catalina that we picked up in Marblehead, MA last month. Plans are to bring her south one day - as she's rated for coastal sailing. First, test her out in Lake Ontario, the mini-me ocean :)

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Comment by FatCatAnna on May 28, 2010 at 9:15am
Yuppers - he was swinging by his tail ... NOT :) If I had to climb this high - I could do it - but with a safety harness on (he wasn't wearing one - but your surrounded by a "cage" as you climb up the crane mast).
Comment by Robyn on May 26, 2010 at 4:01pm
UMMMMM your "Monkey Boy" was up that high? Wow :)
Comment by Robyn on May 26, 2010 at 3:59pm
Very nice!!

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